Monthly Archives: December 2011

The 2011 Reading List

This year I’ve been quite anal in cataloguing my reading. Perhaps it fills some terrible void in me about which I should be talking to a psychologist, but it does bring some strange sense of pleasure to list everything down … Continue reading

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“The Whole Truth” – by Jim Murdoch

Jonathan Payne is a middle-aged and rather boring bookshop owner in the small seaside town of Rigby. So what happens when the personification of Truth knocks on his door and wants a chat? A whole lot of nothing? Well yes….and … Continue reading

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“King of Paine” – by Larry Kahn

Frank Paine is an ex-Hollywood actor who’s traded in his action hero title for that of a real hero in the FBI. However, on his first case his off-screen past as the King of Paine is somehow linked to a … Continue reading

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